The United States President Donald Trump announced that he has been officially declared coronavirus-free by his doctors before boarding Air Force One and heading to a rally in Sanford, Florida.
The president’s press secretary shared a memo from his physician stating that he’d test negative on consecutive days – with the results coming from a series of lab tests that indicated a “lack of detectable viral replication.”
He later became the point of news when after leaving the hospital, he was seen removing his mask as soon as soon as he got back to the White House.
The POTUS was held down by the virus at the beginning of the month, and was transferred to Walter Reeds Medical center where he was treated with a new drug that is yet to be officially available to the masses.
Trump revealed he’d tested negative as he boarded Air Force One heading to a rally in Sanford, Florida,
with his press secretary sharing a memo from his physician stating that he’d test negative on consecutive days – with the results coming from a series of lab tests that indicated a “lack of detectable viral replication.”
The results have “informed our medical team’s assessment that the President is not infectious to others,” the memo concluded.
Trump addressed the crowd saying, “They say I’m immune – I feel so powerful. I’ll walk in there and kiss everyone. I’ll kiss the guys and the beautiful women, I’ll give you a big, fat kiss.”
Recall President Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump had earlier run tested positive for Covid-19 after the Rose Garden Ceremony in the White House.